OGILBY Strip Map Abingdon to Monmouth to Burton Ferry

A Circa (about) 1939 Double Sided Reproduction Map 15


Abingdon to Monmouth to Burton Ferry

These double sided maps were originally produced in around 1675 by John Ogilby - Presented here is a circa 1939 reproduction - so still very old!

The first side is from:

Abington to Monmouth 

Featuring towns, villages and places of local interest including:

<Abington or Abingdon, Shipton, the road to Standford, Fifield, Kintston Baptist, Long worth, Buckland, to Barcot Farm, to Carwell or Canwell house, Farringdon, St Johns bridge, Lechlade, Fairford, Colne Fluv (river), miel , Barnsley or Bamsley, Churn Flus, Perrots bridg, ye Greyhound, Elston, Brumsfeild, Burlip hill, Glocester, Hinam, Esquire Cooks house, Bird Wood, Huntly, Longhope, The Forest of Deane, English Bicnor ?, to Berry hill, Stanton, High Meadow, Monmouth.




The second side is from:

Monmouth to Burton

Featuring towns, villages and places of local interest including:

Monmouth, Troy house, Lidiard, Redwaer, Trelagh, Devordan, Newchurch, The ruins of Strode Castle ?, Coydleghni, the road to Carlion, Christchurch, Fair Oak, Newport, Llannyhanglewedd, Kirmably, Llander St Melons. Rompney, enter Glamorganshire, Rothe, Cardiffe, Llandaff, Elay Flu (river, St Fagons, St Nicholas, Cotril house, Tresimon, St John Auubry Park, Cowbridge, Castle Pendeen, to ye cole works, The Golden mile, St Mary Hill, Cornetowne, Wenny Newbridge, New Inne, Margum Park and House, Aberavon, Baylan,  miel , Burton ferry. and much more


It measures overall 300 x 240 mm (12 x 9.5 inches) approx. It is in good condition with a little fading around the edges.You must excuse some of the spelling as parts are written in old English. This map would look wonderful mounted (matted) and framed. (  15 ).

Condition Used
Weight 0.225kg